Hitler at Home

How Interior Design Became a Tool of Dictatorship Like many kings, emperors and maniacal rulers before him, Hitler correctly understood the enduring power of design as a potent tool of propaganda in image-building. He understood its potential both in the attaining and...
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Face to Face with Russia’s Greatest

Russia and the Arts: The Age of Tolstoy and Tchaikovsky – A once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to look at Russian cultural icons eye-to-eye The year before the centenary of the Russian Revolution in 1917 and with the backdrop of the lowest ebb in the British-Russian...
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Jonathan Richardson
by Himself

When the collection of drawings that had belonged to Jonathan Richardson the Younger was sold at auction in 1772, there was a revelation. Interspersed with Richardson’s Old Masters were well over a thousand drawings by his beloved father, the portrait painter Jonathan...
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